Release date: 
Sunday, 1 February, 2004



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PortScan scans TCP and UDP ports of IP nodes. Program can be used as separate tool and can be called by LanScan.

This software is distributed as compressed package. You have to download and manually install it; if prerequisites are required, you will have to manually install them too.

Following ones are the download links for manual installation:

PortScan v. 1.2.0 (source included, 1/2/2004) Readme/What's new
Description: ------------ PortScan program is the tool for scanning TCP and UDP ports of IP node. There are two versions of program: - PortScn4.exe for TCP/IP 4.0 and - PortScan.exe for TCP/IP 4.1 and above. Installation: ------------- Put file PortScan.exe (or PortScn4.exe) into any directory (it is preferably into the same directory, as LanScan). Syntax: ------- PortScan <IP address> [<start port> [<end port> [<ICMP time-out>]]] or PortScn4 <IP address> [<start port> [<end port> [<ICMP time-out>]]] Here: <IP address> - IP address for scanning; <start port> - the first port for scanning; <stop port> - the last port for scanning; <ICMP time-out> - program will wait for the receiving of ICMP package during <ICMP time-out> seconds. PortScan obtains values for parameters <start port>, <end port> and <ICMP time-out> using: 1. Global parameters from PORTSCAN.INI; 2. Special parameters (parameters for specified IP-address only) from PORTSCAN.INI; 3. Program parameters field. Parameters from each next source overwrites parameters from previous source. Program checks parameters and, if they are incorrect, uses 4. Default values. Buttons description: -------------------- Run - start the scanning. Break - stop the scanning. Log - save the scanning results into file PortScan.Log. Save - put parameters <start port>, <end port> and <ICMP time-out> into file PORTSCAN.INI. Exit - quit the program.
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